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The 11th Frame: Pete Weber's Tournament of Champions win for his 10th major title raises question of why majors don't matter as much in bowling as golf

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Sunday, March 31, 2013 8:00 pm

Who do you think he is? The greatest of all time? Photo by Pro Bowlers Association.
When Pete Weber won the U.S. Open last year with arguably the single best performance in bowling history, I wrote that “a great case can be made for Pete as perhaps the greatest bowler of all time.” While most people disagreed, favoring Walter Ray Williams Jr. or Earl Anthony, there is fairly wide agreement that Pete is the greatest bowling talent ever. As I wrote after he captured the top seed for this year's TOC on Friday night, Pete's power and speed clearly are not what they...

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